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Game Scores and Details From
Wednesday 1/17/01--(Jan. 18, 2001)

Most of the Southern Section and City Section were in action on Wednesday. Unfortunately, we only got the scores of the City games played in the Valley (because the LA Times didn't print the usual list of scores in their stats area). If you know the scores of games that aren't shown below, please send them in either by e-mail or by posting it on the message board.

LA City Section League Games--Wed.  Jan. 17, 2001

Eastern League

South Gate 44, Bell 41--Senior forward Richard Castillo scored 11 of his game-high 17 points in the first half to help the Rams (12-6, 3-0) beat the host Eagles (0-3 league).

Marine League

Carson 81, San Pedro 39--Sophomore forward Ikene Ibekwe had 23 points and 18 rebounds to lead the Colts (12-6, 2-1) over the visiting Pirates (8-10, 0-3).

Washington 67, Narbonne 66--Senior guard Andre Patterson, a UCLA signee, scored a game-high 38 points to lead the Generals (3-0 league) past the visiting Gauchos (14-4, 2-1).

Sunset Six League

Canoga Park 62, North Hollywood 59--Brown broke a 54-54 tie on a three-pointer with 40 seconds left  Maurice Neal made two free throws with 12 seconds left for Canoga Park  Brown finished with 17 points and Neal had 14 for host Canoga Park (9-9, 2-1) as they held on for the 62-59 victory over North Hollywood in a Sunset 6 League game. David Danipour scored 19 points  and Ken Hauser had 15 points for the Huskies (12-5, 2-1).

Grant 80, Poly 50--Two Sunset 6 League teams going in opposite directions went head-to-head, with visiting Grant of Van Nuys knocking off Poly of Sun Valley 80-50. Mike Charleston had 20 points if you read the LA Times, (18 if you get the Daily News) points and Dewayne Anderson, Kevin Bernard and Gino Riley added 16 points each for the Lancers (13-5, 3-0). Juan Panuco led the Parrots with 13 points.   Grant held the Parrots' top two scorers to four points: Harout Merdkhanian and Anderson shut out Mike Mgdesyan, who averages 17.6 points. Chris Robinson and Nino Loquellano limited Joe Hampel--averaging 14.2 points--to four.

Hollywood 77, Verdugo Hills 59-- Verdugo Hills continued with its season of losses, dropping to 1-15 and 0-3 in league with the loss on Wednesday to the Shieks (9-9, 2-1).   Kevin Melikyan had 13 and 5 rebounds 4 assists, Kenny McCullum 14 and 5 assistsand Mark Jenkins 15 points and 8 rebounds 7 assists and 4 steals, while Der had 24 points and 11 rebounds for Hollywood.   Dannuy Castro led Verdugo with 14 while Leon Usher had 9.

Valley Mission League

Sylmar 112, San Fernando 62--Sylmar appears to be back in form after a rough start this season, routing host San Fernando 112-62 for its third consecutive Valley Mission League win. George O'Garro led the Spartans (8-8, 3-0) with 23 points, 15 rebounds, 10 assists, six steals and six blocks.

Monroe 61, Reseda 56--Sergei Lepiashinski scored 25 points, but the Regents (9-9, 2-1) lost a Valley Mission League game at Reseda

Kennedy 71, Van Nuys 35--Jonathan Messenger had 12 ponts and William Broadnax had 11 for Kennedy (7-11, 2-1)in the win. The Wolves drop to 2-16 and 0-3 in league.

West Valley League

Taft 64, Chatsworth 62-- The Toreadors (14-4), who squandered a 10-point lead in the first half, took control of the West Valley League with a 3-0 record. The Chancellors (11-7) fell to 2-1.  The game came down to a last second inbound play.  With 19 seconds on the clock, Melvin Robbins came off a screen at the top of the key, and he broke into the lane and made an uncontested layup to give Taft the lead and the game at home on Wednesday. Steve Smith scored a game-high 26 points and had 13 rebounds. Mustafa Asghari had 23 points and four steals. But Robbins, who was suspended and didn't play in Chatsworth's 80-75 victory over Taft in the Simi Valley tournament last month, proved to be the difference. Asghari tied the game with a running jumper off the glass with 29 seconds left. He was fouled on the play but missed the free throw. Collins Ezeuka got the offensive rebound, and Taft called a timeout to set up the game-winning shot for Robbins, who had just five points and seven rebounds. But Robbins proved to be a formidable third option.  Brandon Robinson, who had 19 points for Chatsworth, missed a 3-pointer with eight seconds left and Robbins pulled down the rebound. Ezeuka missed a layup on the other end and a Shayne Berry desperation shot at the buzzer fell short.  Berry, who was averaging 29.5 points, had 19 and was 3 of 7 from the free-throw line.  The Toreadors built a 10-point lead with a minute left in the first half but the Chancellors went on a 9-4 run to cut the lead to five by halftime. Chatsworth extended its own lead to six, at 54-48, after Jamison Lindsay-Staley made two consecutive baskets -- a 12-foot jumper and a layup.

Birmingham 78, Cleveland 62--Cleveland dropped to 0-3 while Birmingham improved to 5-8 and 1-2 with the win.

Granada Hills 71, El Camino Real 65-- Mike Louthian and Ryan Hicks each had 11 points;  Hicks had 9 assists, while Eddie Degerman had 18 and 14 rebounds for GH (7-11, 1-2).  ECR dropped to 7-11 overall and 1-2 in league with the los.

Southern Section League Games--Wed.  Jan. 17, 2001

Baseline League

Upland 67, Claremont 52-- Kirk Snyder scored 25 points and Sheldon Pace added 15 points, nine assists and six steals, but it was the number the Highlanders (18-1 overall, 4-0 league) did on the Wolfpack (15-5, 3-1) that was more impressive. Upland's defense held standout guard Sean Terrell scoreless for three quarters, and shut Micah Lombard down to two points overall. Only Shaddean Aaron (24 points, 10 rebounds) proved to be a factor.Upland guard Jesse Pruitt scored 12 points   After a tight first quarter, Upland took an eight-point halftime lead over the Wolfpack, which missed 20 field goals in the second and third quarters. The Highlanders extended the lead to 21 in the third before the Wolfpack - paced by Aaron's heroics - rallied in the fourth.  Aaron scored 10 points during a 15-4 run for the Wolfpack, and his baseline 8-footer with 5:39 left pulled Claremont within eight. It was the Wolfpack's one window of opportunity - one that quickly shut after Lombard missed two free throws and the Highlanders responded by closing the game on an 11-4 run. UPLAND (67) Pace 15, Pruitt 12, J. Harris 8, P. Harris 4, Snyder 25, Davis 3. CLAREMONT (52) White 9, Terrell 5, Aaron 24, Wilburn 7, Lombard 2, Maxwell 3, Oliver 2. Upland 16 15 21 15 --   57 Claremont 14 9 15 14 -- 52 Total fouls: U 10, C 14. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Chino 68, Walnut 65--Johnny Dominguez scored a team-high 18 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:08 remaining to rally the Cowboys (7-13, 2-2) from a 10-point, fourth-quarter deficit. Chino hit its free throws down the stretch, and a last-gasp, buzzer-beating 3-point attempt by James Wright fell short for the Mustangs (0-3 in league). CHINO (68) Aleman 7, Nafis 7, Dominguez 18, White 16, Klinkert 3, Marcey 13, Malone 2, Putnam 2. WALNUT (65) Joseph 7, Pamphile 1, Wright 2, Matlers 4, Tashroudian 4, Mason 15, Carstensen 18, Jones 16. Chino 17 18 9 24 -- 68 Walnut 16 13 21 15 -- 65 Total fouls: C 19, W 22. Fouled out: Joseph (W), Pamphile (W). Technical fouls: none.

Glendora 84, Don Lugo 62--Andy Galindo scored 23 points, 10 rebounds and five steals in the loss for Don Lugo (6-15, 1-3).GLENDORA (84) Smith 12, Monroe 8, Bechler 23, Mehanna 12, Foster 15, Alvarez 6, Onaka 2, Bryan 4, Lynch 2. DON LUGO (62) Amaya 9, Deseran 3, Galindo 23, Plutko 6, Baker 4, Hill 6, Fender 5, Snyder 4, Van Holland 2. Glendora 26 21 24 13 -- 84 Don Lugo 13 16 18 15 -- 62 Total fouls: G 21, DL 12. Fouled out: Asafo-Agyei (DL). Technical fouls: none.

Channel League

Ventura 44, Santa Barbara 41--Tyler Ebell scored 14 points to lead Ventura (11-7, 3-1) to the victory at Santa Barbara. Bryan Easterly added 11 points and eight rebounds while Jason Gruber had 10 points.  Ebell and Easterly each made clutch free throws down the stretch to secure the win for Ventura. The Cougars held Michigan-bound guard Dommanic Ingerson to two points. Santa Barbara falls to 2-1 in league. Bryan Easterly's two free throws with 30 seconds left clinched the win for the Cougars at Santa Barbara.

Dos Pueblos 66, Buena 51 --Steve Graybill and Scotty Roegner scored 19 points for Dos Pueblos at home. Matt Colton led Buena (12-8, 1-2) with 19 rebounds and eight points. Hylas Smith recorded 10 points.

Condor League

Thacher 63, Villanova 58--Villanova's Richard Fore scored 26 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the loss at Thacher (3-0). Nick Namikas added 13 points and Cole Gibson 11 for Villanova (4-5, 1-2).

De Anza League

Riverside Notre Dame 67, Aquinas 64--Tied at 64 with 31 seconds left, Riverside Notre Dame's Mike Hodges was fouled hard while attempting a layup. Hodges made the layup and, after the officials called a flagrant foul on defender C.J. Nelson, made the free throw to seal the De Anza League victory.   NOTRE DAME (67) -- Freeman 21, Sanders 20, Hodges 12, Lyons 8, Britton 5, Richards 1.  AQUINAS (64) -- Oheari 22, Amajoyi 13, Langdon 12, Harris 10, Gutierrez 4, Nelson 3. Halftime score -- Aquinas 37-33. Three-point goals -- Sanders 5, Oheari 3, Harris, Nelson. Total fouls -- Notre Dame 16, Aquinas 16. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- Nelson. Records: Aquinas 3-4, 6-6. Notre Dame 3-4, 4-14.

Banning 58, Beaumont 50 -- David Curtis had four three-pointers, and Rueben Mitcell pulled down 12 rebounds in a losing effort. After halftime, Banning scored six straight points and held a 10-point lead throughout much of the game. BANNING (53) -- Harris 10, Malone 16, McDade 6, Foster 12, Jackson 1, Stokes 6, Jackson 2, Steele 5  BEAUMONT (50) -- Mitchell 11, Koumparis 3, Mendoza 7, Hackney 4, Curtis 23, Small 2  Halftime score -- Banning 24-21. Three-point goals -- Harris 2, Foster 2, Steele, Curtis 4. Total fouls -- Banning 17, Beaumont 13. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Stokes. Records: Banning 7-0. Beaumont 4-3, 9-10

Del Rio League

Santa Fe 60, La Serna 55--Santa Fe (11-7, 4-0) led by as many as 18 points, 50-32, with 5:30 to play. Only La Serna's torrid rally, led by senior guard Joey Duran, who scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter, made the outcome look respectable. La Serna (16-5, 2-2) led, 15-9, after one quarter, but it would be the last time the Lancers had any semblance of command in the game. Santa Fe did not make a 2-point basket in the second quarter, but the Chiefs made five 3-pointers, three of them by Robert Ruiz, and edged ahead at halftime, 26-22.   In the third quarter, it was Mike Garcia and John Temidara, each with six points and five rebounds between them, who did the most damage for the Chiefs, who upped their lead to 44-30. With La Serna's Anthony Martinez in foul trouble, Garcia scored Santa Fe's first six points of the fourth quarter as Santa Fe led by 18. La Serna used a press to cut it to six points, 57-51, with 1:15 to play, but Pablo Mendoza (10 points) and Garcia (15) combined to make four free throws for the win.  Martinez finished with 17 and Koza had five. Temidara finished with 11 points, but his biggest contribution was 17 rebounds to go with five blocked shots. Robert Ruiz added 12 points for the Chiefs.

Whittier 85, Pioneer 58- Whittier scored its first Del Rio League win in grand style by racing past Pioneer, 85-58, on Wednesday at Whittier. The Cardinals (1-3 in league) displayed an impressive fast break in scoring their season high in points. The rejuvenated offense was led by sophomore Mike Hernandez and senior Uli Cervantes.  Hernandez sat out the first half for disciplinary reasons, but scored 16 points in the third quarter on six of seven shots. He finished with four 3-pointers and with 22 points.  Cervantes finished with 21 points, including four 3-pointers. The Cardinals improved to 7-10 overall, but there are those who still wonder how they stack up in league.  Pioneer (0-4 in league and 2-20 overall) was led by Chris Armstrong's game-high 31 points. He scored 13 points in a wild third period. The Titans scored 23 points in the quarter after scoring 19 in the first half.   Frank Galindo had 10 rebounds and Adam De La Torre had six assists for Whittier.

Empire League

El Dorado 69, Century 37--Chris Ferretti had 12 points and Napier had 11 to lead Century (10-9, 1-2) in the loss.  El Dorado was led by Evan Bull with 17, Mike Wulff with 15 and David Patten with 14 points.  El Dorado improved to 17-2 and 3-0 in league.

Kennedy 58,Cuypress 54--Kennedy was led by Reyes with 14 and Johnson with 17 to improve to 12-7, 2-1.  Cypress dropped to 11-9 and 0-3 in league.

Loara 75, Katella 58--Nathan Von Achen had 18 points to lead the Saxons (14-5, 3-0) to the win.  Katella dropped to 12-7, 0-3 with the loss. Tyson of Katella had 19 points. 

Freeway League

Sonora 64, Fullerton 55--Robert Abreu had 21 points gto lead the Raiders (17-3, 3-0). Brian Garcia had 15 for the Indians (15-6, 1-2) in the loss.

La Habra 60, Sunny Hills 50-- Sean McDonough scored 22 oints to lead the visiting Highlands (10-10, 1-2) to the win.  Sunny Hills drops to 12-7 and 1-2 withthe loss.

Troy 69, Buena Park 46--Buena Park dropped to 5-12 and 1-2 with the loss to Troy, who was led by Nake Gilkes with 23 and Dalafu with 20.  Troy improved to 11-9 and 2-1.

Garden Grove League

Garden Grove 61, Santiago 53--Aaron Sandler scored 18 points and had 7 rebounds while shooting 8-8 from the foul line to lead the Argonauts (10-6, 3-2).  Santiago dropped to 3-12 and 1-4 in league.

Rancho Alamitos 59, Bolsa Grande 51 (OT)-- Richard Torres scored for the Vaqueros at the buzzer in the fourth quarter to sen dthe game into overtime. Torres finished with 19 as RA improved to 5-12 withthe win and 3-2 in league.  bolsa Grande is 3-2 in league an dwas led by Doan with 22.

Pacifica 68, Los Amigos 64--Joel Brock scored 22 ponits and 11 rebounds to lead the Mariners (10-9, 4-1). Read had 16 and Sean Gurnea had 15 for Pacifica, while Los Amigos (10-9, 3-2) was led by Nanthavong with 17.

Golden West League

Ocean View 74, Saddleback 42--Senior Torin Beeler had 20 points, 20 rebounds, 10 steals, eight assists and two blocked shots for the Seahawks (16-3, 4-0). Ismael Isais scored 16 points for Saddleback (12-5, 1-2).

Tustin 41, Westminster 37--Anthony Lares and Kyle Hall each had 10 points to lead the Tillers (9-12, 2-2).  Westminster is now 9-11, 2-2 in league.

Liberty League

Buckley 67, Holy Martyrs 29-- The Griffins (13-1, 4-0) ranked No. 4 in CIF Southern Section Division VAA and No. 7 in the Cal-Hi State rankings in Division V cruised to an easy win at Holy Martyrs on Wednesday.    Buckley was led by Colin Ward-Henninger and David Gale with 19 and 18 points respectively.  Gale shot 7-8 from the field, and made all four of his three point attempts, grabbed 8 steals and dished out 8 assists; Ward-Henninger had six steals. Holy Martyrs dropped to 9-6 overall and 3-3 in league with the loss.  Buckley scoring: Steve Broukhim 7, 3 assists, 4 rebounds, 3 steals, Gale 18, 8 assists, 8 steals, 3 rebounds; Lalazerian 1 steal, Keywanfar 1 assist, 1 steal;  Royal  Weaver 6 and 5 assists and 5 steals, Brar 0, Wolf 6 and 1 steal, Murali Sivalingam 2 and 1 assist 6 rebounds, Seisa 5 rebounds 1 assist; Snaidero 0, Ward-Henninger 19 6 steals 5 rebounds, Alex Clancy 9, 2 assists, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, Scannell DNP (flu);  Holy Martyrs:   Darakjian 5, Kureghian 3, Karagueuzian 2, Shemassian 4, Sarkissian 2, Mekonian 2, Babayans 11.  Buckley--22  18  11  16--67;  HM--5  11   6  7--29.   Records:  Buckley --13-1, 4-0;  Holy Martyrs   9-6, 3-3.

Marmonte League

Agoura 81, Newbury Park 73 (2OT)--Adam Allegro scored 18 points to help lead visiting Agoura (16-3, 5-1) to victory in double overtime. Aaron Bobik scored 18 points, turned in eight rebounds and had nine assists to lead Newbury Park (11-7, 1-4). Johnny Gray scored 26 points for the Chargers

Thousand Oaks 64, Simi Valley 59--Ben Olson scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half and the Lancers rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit to win a Marmonte League game at Thousand Oaks.  Thousand Oaks (14-4, 4-1) held the Pioneers (14-6, 3-3) to six field goals in the second half.     Dustin Villepigue of Simi Valley scored 24 points but was limited to six by Olson in the final 16 minutes.  Kyle Kegley, fighting a cold, his own poor play early in the game and a 16-point deficit, helped lead the TO Lancers past the Simi Pioneers 64-59 at Thousand Oaks by scoring 10 points in the final 3 minutes to keep Thousand Oaks (14-4, 4-1) near the top of the Marmonte League.  Simi Valley (14-6, 3-3) led 45-29 at halftime. But after the Lancers cut the margin to 51-42 going into the fourth quarter as Kegley took over.  His off-balance putback while being fouled, along with the ensuing free throw, tied the game at 57. With 2:04 left, Kegley buried a 3-pointer from the top of the key for a 60-57 advantage. And with the Lancers milking the clock in the last minute, Kegley made a short jumper in the lane for a five-point lead. His two free throws with 15.6 seconds remaining finished off Simi Valley.  Olson's two transition dunks in the third quarter ignited Thousand Oaks. He finished with 19 points, 15 in the second half. Kegley scored 18 and Kevin Rex 15.  Simi Valley's Dustin Villepigue, who finished with 23 points and 14 rebounds, scored 17 in the first half.  Jered Weaver and Stevie Martin added 12 each for the Pioneers, who were outscored 35-14 after halftime. The Pioneers, who had a league winning streak snapped at 27 games earlier this year by Agoura, have now lost two consecutive games after first-place Agoura handed them a 64-63 loss on Monday night.  Simi Valley fell apart in the last four minutes Wednesday with turnovers on six consecutive trips during a 15-2 Thousand Oaks run.

Westlake 65, Moorpark 64--Adam Mazarei's three-point shot with seven seconds left in the second overtime lifted the Warriors to a Marmonte League victory at Moorpark (11-7, 2-3). Tyler Adamczyk scored 19 for Westlake (9-7, 3-2)   Adam Mazarei and Kole Anderson chipped in 14 points apiece while Devin Entrikin scored 13. Moorpark's Greg Estandia scored 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Ron Russ had a team-high 18 points in the loss.

Metro League

Boys Republic 77, Lake Arrowhead Christian 18--In a game where everybody scored for Boys Republic, Markus Cotten led the way with 15 points and Mathew Manzano had 12 points, six assists and six steals. Junior Jeremiah Warmoth scored nine points, dished out four assists and had four steals for the Rams (9-7, 4-0).   BOYS REPUBLIC (77) Valencia 2, Marquez 4, Edwards 4, Cotten 15, Martinez 8, Casillas 6, Thompkins 2, Lancaster 2, Battle 5, Williams 4, Warmoth 9, Manzano 12, Haynes 4. LAKE ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN (18) Heiser 1, Cote 9, Kinsley 4, Risden 1, Netherland 3. Boys Republic 19 17 17 24 -- 77 Arrowhead Chr. 3 7 3 5 -- 18 Total fouls: BR 17, LAC 6. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Battle (BR).

Miramonte League

Pomona 64, Diamond Ranch 58--O'dell Howard and Embert Madison scored 13 points apiece to lead Pomona (15-4, 3-0). Daniel Knott added 21 points in the loss for Diamond Ranch. POMONA (64) Holden 6, Dang 11, Howard 13, Madison 13, Smith 10, Buchannan 5, Woods 3, Tosca 3.  DIAMOND RANCH (58) Coombs 8, Williams 10, Ubom 7, Davis 8, Knott 21, Lyons 4. Pomona 18 13 12 21 -- 64 Diamond Ranch 8 16 10 24 -- 58 Total fouls: P 23, DR 28. Fouled out: Holden (P), Smith (P), Ubom (DR), Flagg (DR), Criscione (DR), Lyons (DR). Technical fouls: none.

Charter Oak 88, Garey 56--details not available.

Wilson (HH) 67, Los Altos 59--details not available.

Mission Valley League

Gabrielino 33, Mountain View 29--Taylor Duling scored a game-tying free throw and go-ahead putback in the final minutes to cap the Eagles' comeback victory. Duling led Gabrielino with nine points and nine rebounds.   The Eagles trailed by seven at halftime, and cut the lead to three entering the fourth quarter.

Rosemead 64, El Monte 55-- El Monte dropped to 2-1 in league with the loss, while Rosemead improved to 11-8 and 2-1 in league. Richard Vanzant had 21 while Albert Cardono had 12 and Kevin Chang 10 for Rosemead.

Montview League

Duarte 65, Azusa 55--Duarte improved to 11-6 and 3-0 with the win, and had 4 players in double figures: Ray Rodgers 15, Alonzo Miller 14, Alton Preston 15, and Hanza El Amin12.

Moore League

Jordan 89, Millikan 65--Junior guard Damon Banks scored 17 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter as the Panthers (15-8, 5-1) defeated the visiting Rams.Clay Salima also scored 14 points and Ronald Banks added 13 for Jordan.

Compton 67, Wilson 57--The Tarbabes (3-2 league) used a 22-5 third quarter run and 25 points from Daveon Cole in a win over the visiting Bruins (9-12, 3-3).

Mountain View League

Corona Centennial 93, Norco 28--Two straight losses and the possibility of a power blackout Wednesday didn't bother the Corona Centennial boys' basketball team in its Mountain View League game with against Norco. In fact, the defeats and the anxiety over electricity may have sparked the Huskies in their 93-28 romp over the Cougars. The players and fans were told before the tipoff that the game might be stopped by a power blackout. Center Jamaal Williams, who led Centennial (3-0 in league, 16-2 overall) with 20 points, said his team took out its frustrations over its first two losses on Norco. Huskies forward Lance Soderberg  had seven points. The Huskies lost on Monday to Bishop Montgomery, 78-60 and on Saturday to Upland, 72-65. On Wednesday, the Huskies forced 12 turnovers to jump out to a 23-2 lead over Norco (0-3, 9-10) in the first quarter.  Soderberg dunked off a turnover midway through the first quarter to give his team a 12-0 lead. Williams stole the ball and dunked in the second period to put his team ahead 36-8. The Cougars wound up with 36 turnovers and were outrebounded 37-28. In the first quarter, the Huskies' David Sybesma rebounded his own miss and put it back for a basket on the way to 19 points. On Centennial's next possession, Soderberg did the same thing.  In the third quarter, Williams dunked off a lob from Nick Peppers to give the Huskies a 67-20 lead. Ja'Wan Bond paced Norco with seven points.

Jurupa Valley 72, Corona Santiago 70 -- With two seconds remaining in the fourth quarter Daniel Ayala of Jurupa Valley tipped in his only basket of the game to help the Jaguars defeat Corona Santiago in a Mountain View League game. The Sharks went on a 14-2 run midway through the fourth quarter and had a chance to win but turned the ball over with 15 seconds left to set up Ayala's shot. Kevin Barber dominated inside with a game-high 28 points. SANTIAGO (70) -- Griffin 12, Coleman 18, Leduc 6, Cliett 5, Black 16, Simpson 12, Johnson 1.  JURUPA VALLEY (72) -- Lozano 17, Frias 14, West 5, Brito 6, Barber 28, Ayala 2. Halftime score -- Jurupa Valley 38-31. Three-point goals -- Coleman 4, LeDuc 2, Black 2, Frias 4, West. Total fouls -- Santiago 21, Jurupa Valley 17. Fouled out -- Brito. Technical fouls -- Black, Santiago bench. Records: Jurupa Valley 2-1, 10-9. Santiago 2-1, 9-11.

Corona 79, La Sierra 72 (OT)-- Jason Dias scored six of his game-high 29 points in overtime as Corona came back for a Mountain View League victory. Corona, which trailed by six points with 1:30 left in the fourth, sent the game into overtime when Shawn Smith was fouled and made both free throws.  LA SIERRA (72) -- Cryder 3, Rincon 16, Johnson 4, Maxim 2, Midget 14, Smith 32, Biggs 1  CORONA (79) -- Morro 11, Smith 7, Dias 29, Gonzalez 21, Verduco 2, Hyun 3, Duran 6 Halftime score -- La Sierra 40-30. End of Regulation -- 66-66. Three-point goals -- Smith 5, Rincon 4, Dias, Gonzalez. Total fouls -- Corona 17, La Sierra 17. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Wolfe, Hyun. Records: Corona 1-2, 6-13. La Sierra 1-2.

Mt. Baldy League

Ontario 90, Montclair 55--Marlon Mitchell scored 30 points as the Jaguars (11-5, 2-0) cruised against the Cavaliers (9-10, 0-3). Ontario led 51-34 by halftime. Demetruis Walk led Montclair with 22 points.ONTARIO (90) Marcel Mack 10, McKiernan 5, Munoz 9, Barbosa 2, Marcus Mack 2, Stepney 10, Mitchell 30, Alhadeff 4, Kinney 9, Dunn 6, Taylor 3. MONTCLAIR (55) Walk 22, Stanley 9, Fields 5, Shaw 4, Fregoso 4, Robins 3, Candelo 6, Moore 2. Ontario 24 27 19 20 -- 90 Montclair 13 21 8 13 -- 55 Total fouls: O 18, M 24. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Marcel Mack (O), Fregoso (M).

Chaffey 58, Rancho Cucamonga 56--Cheddell Hunte scored 26 points and grabbed six rebounds and Daryl Sconiers had 11 points, 11 blocks and four assists to lead Chaffey (8-9, 2-1). RANCHO CUCAMONGA (56) Gillcrest 12, Williams 5, Hamilton 8, Steimeth 8, Aylor 2, Iszard 4, Brown 5, Spencer 2, Washington 2, Watts 8. CHAFFEY (58) Walker 2, Avina 3, Miranda 7, Harmon 2, Hunte 26, Sconiers 11, Stubbs 7. Rancho Cuca. 8 10 16 22 -- 56 Chaffey 12 22 12 12 -- 58 Total fouls: RC 18, C 20. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Etiwanda 52, Alta Loma 47--Etiwanda (10-8, 3-0) was led by Nate Dowd's 19 points and 11 rebounds. Tim Houtz scored 13 and Jon Boyd grabbed eight rebounds for the Eagles. Alta Loma falls to 8-9, 1-1.ALTA LOMA (47) Denson 2, Petterson 6, Richardson 4, Cotton 2, Cambell 3, Staley 2, Luna 3, Moore 6, Evans 13, Cade 2, Hynes 4.  ETIWANDA (52) J. Dowd 7, Houtz 13, Simpson 1, Johnson 4, Boyd 8, N. Dowd 19. Alta Loma 10 18 7 12 -- 47 Etiwanda 12 10 11 19 -- 52  Total fouls: AL 22, E 22. Fouled out: Houtz (E). Technical fouls: none

Northern League

Arroyo Grande 69, Lompoc 51-- Arroyo Grande remained unbeaten in the Northern League on Wednesday with an impressive 69-51 win at Paisola Pavilion.  The Eagles, 4-0 in league and 18-2 overall, handed the Braves their first loss in the NL behind 22 points by Johnson, who made it look easy in the early going. The 6-foot-11, 250-pound senior chalked up four slam dunks in the first eight minutes and owned the paint for the rest of the half, hitting five of six (all were dunks) from the floor before sitting out the final three minutes with a pair of fouls.    Lompoc’s go-to-guy, Joel Smith, had a much tougher time getting   started Wednesday after he was whistled for three quick fouls. The junior forward was held to one first-half bucket before exploding for 20 points in the second half.    Lompoc did jump to a 10-8 lead in the first quarter, but Eagles responded with an 11-3 run capped by Sean Shield’s NBA-three at the buzzer and never trailed again. Teammate Ryan Zimmerman sunk a pair of threes to cap a 11-4 run in the closing seconds of the second poured as the Eagles pushed the lead to double digits by halftime (35-24).  The 6-10 senior forward finished with 19 points on seven-of-10 shooting.   David Romero added eight points, but did most of his damage on the defensive end. The senior guard had a team-high five steals as Arroyo Grande came away with a dozen in the game.  The Braves shot the ball well in the game, 19 of 40 from the field, but had too many costly turnovers. The Eagles shot 64.3 percent (27-42) from the floor, including five of nine from beyond the arc.  Lompoc is now 12-8 and 3-1 in league

Orange League

Brea Olinda 82, Savanna 77 (OT)--Savanna's Turnel Woods hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, but Brea's Evan Moore scored on a pass from brother Ryan with 1:30 remaining in overtime to put the Wildcats up for good.  Woods scored 33 points for the Rebels (8-11, 2-1). Ryan Moore led Brea (13-6, 3-0) with 29. 

Western 51, Anaheim 43-- Despite Quinn Hawking's 19 points, Anaheim fell at hometo Western, who were led by Wattss 11, Fiapai 13 and Jones 20. Anaheim falls to 8-11, 0-3 in league.

Magnolia 51, Valencia 42--Visiting Magnolia (10-9, 2-1) broke open a tight game by outscoring the Tigers, 14-4, in the quarter. Junior Geoffrey Clayton had 15 points for Magnolia, becoming the school's all-time leading scorer with 1,346 career points to pass Venero Bennem's 1,343 from 1996-98.

Pacific Coast League

Corona del Mar 44, Estancia 42--Idean Shahangian's 12-foot jump shot with six seconds remaining gave host Corona del Mar (9-11, 3-0) the win. Estancia is 1-2 in league.

University 83, Laguna Beach 68-- Jason Garey scored a game-high 32 points to lead the Trojans (5-13, 0-3). Garey also set the University season three-point field goal scoring record with 92, passing Eric Palmer (90 in 1997).

Northwood 60, Costa Mesa 46-- Drew Terry led the Timberwolves (14-5, 1-2) with 21 points, while Matt Susson had 6, Bentrott 11, Howard 5, Roggred 6 and Selway 10.  Costa Mesa drops to 11-7 overall and 1-2 in league an dwas led by Conte with 10 and Payne with 15.

Pacific View League

Hueneme 62, Rio Mesa 49--Micah Forbes scored 16 points and had six rebounds to lead host Hueneme (4-8, 1-2) to victory.  Frankie Arocio contributed 14 points for Hueneme. John McBride scored 13 points and Sean Nowak added 17 more for Rio Mesa.

Oxnard 82, Camarillo 65--Camarillo led by three points midway through the third quarter, but Nick Curtis and Eric Webb ignited a 14-0 run that sent Oxnard to an 82-65 Pacific View League boys' basketball victory Wednesday at Camarillo. It was the 19th consecutive league victory for Oxnard (17-3, 3-0). Camarillo (9-10, 0-2) got several Yellowjackets into early foul trouble. The exception was Curtis, who drew only two fouls in the first half and finished with 30 points. Jared Jungwirth scored 24 points for Camarillo.  Nick Curtis scored 11 points in the second quarter and Oxnard used a 10-0 run late in the quarter to take a 33-30 lead with 3:44 to play in the first half.  After Matt Wallman of Camarillo hit consecutive three-pointers to give the Scorpions a 48-45 lead, the Yellowjackets went on a 14-0 run in which Webb scored eight points and the defense forced four turnovers. Camarillo was outscored, 20-10, in the third quarter and trailed, 61-50, entering the fourth. Webb finished with 21 points.

Rio Hondo League

La Canada 63, Temple City 44-- Robbie Neyland had 12, Jordan Ballard 11, Greg Gaudino 11, Puillip Swenson 10 as La Canada (14-4, 2-1) beat Temple City on Wednesday.  Kevin Sweeny had 20 for TC while Jason Engerman had 11.

Monrovia 65, Blair 38--The Wildcats overcame a slow start with a big fourth quarter to stay undefeated in league.  Bryant Markson scored 16 points for Monrovia (15-3), which led by 10 entering the fourth quarter. The Wildcats took command in the final quarter, outscoring Blair 26-9.  Blair's Douglas Early led all scorers with 19 points.

San Gabriel League

Dominguez 74, Downey 59-- Coming off one of their few losses this season, to Clovis West at the Dream Classic on Monday, the Dons, boosted by 33 points and 13 rebounds from senior center Tyson Chandler, overcame a sluggish start to defeat the visiting Vikings, 74-59, in a San Gabriel Valley League game.  With juniors Bobby Jones and Samir Hernandez benched for most of the first quarter after arriving late, the Dons were behind early, until they ran off six-unanswered points in the final minute of the first quarter to take a 12-10 lead.   Dominguez reeled off 17-consecutive
points in the first 1:52 of the second quarter to build a 27-10 advantage. Playing at the point of Dominguez's full-court press, Chandler scored 11 points
during the stretch. Chandler had 9 points within 1:09 of the spurt. He finished 12 of 15 from the field, 9-of-10 from the free-throw line and had 6, dunks despite sitting out the final five minutes.  Jones and Darius Sanders scored 10 and 9 points, respectively. Keion Kindred contributed 7 assists for Dominguez. Day Hardy and Steve Topete paced Downey (11-8, 2-1) with 13 and 12 points. After falling behind by as many as 21 points in the first half, Downey made a brief run early in the third quarter. Lifted by a half-court shot by Topete to end the first half, the Vikings climbed to within 42-30 with six minutes to play in the third quarter. But Dominguez then scored the next 10 points over the next three minutes, culminated by a thunderous dunk by Jones for a 52-30 advantage. Dominguez interim coach Steve Singleton cleared his bench with five minutes to play.

Gahr 62, Lynwood 54--The Gladiators (10-10, 1-3) had four players score in double figures in a win over the visiting Knights.  Senior guard Romalice Reed (14 points), senior guard Stuart Claxton (11 points), senior forward Justin Rhoane (14 points) and senior guard Derrick Shipp (14 points) accounted for the balanced attack.

Warren 56, Paramount 55--Julian Assibey scored 19 points and LeBron Boyd had 18 as the Bears (15-4, 2-1) held on to beat the visiting Pirates (1-2 league).

Sea View League

Laguna Hills 44, Aliso Niguel 42--Chris Lee scored 15 points and Jeff Sherman added 13 to lead the host Hawks (13-7, 1-2) over the Wolverines. Lee made three of the Hawks' six three-pointers. Brandon Sievers had 11 points, including two three-pointers, and Dino Lamela finished with nine points for the Wolverines. Mark Dimick had nine points, including a three-pointer, for the Hawks.

Woodbridge 68,  Newport Harbor 55--Danny Lambert scored 10 of his 20 points in the third quarter as the Warriors (14-4, 2-0) extended a two-point lead into a 13-point advantage. Patrick Haddan had 13 points and 10 assists. Aaron Yarnal scored 21 points for Newport Harbor (16-4, 2-1). Newport Harbor (15-4, 1-1) got a strong performance from senior guard Aaron Yarnal, who had a game-high 21 points. Junior center Tony Melum, who had 16 points and 12 rebounds, also played well.   Woodbridge had more scoring balance, led by senior guard Danny Lambert, who had 20 points and also grabbed 12 rebounds. Lambert scored 10 points in the third quarter, when the Warriors outscored the Sailors, 25-14, to take a 52-39 lead. Tashaan Forehan-Kelly added 15 points and Patrick Haddan had 13 points for Woodbridge, which led most of the way and held a 27-25 lead at halftime.   But the Warriors' full-court press at the start of the third quarter bothered Newport Harbor, and Woodbridge was able to convert turnovers into baskets. Doug Koeller's basket off a steal gave Woodbridge a 31-25 lead with 7:21 remaining in the third quarter. The Warriors then outscored Newport Harbor, 17-10, in the next six minutes. Lambert and Forehan-Kelly had three-point baskets in the run, which helped Woodbridge take a 48-35 lead with a minute remaining in the third quarter. Woodbridge eventually increased the advantage to 60-44 midway through the final quarter on a three by Lambert

Sierra League

Diamond Bar 73, Ayala 55--Junior Greg Morita scored a game-high 22 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead Diamond Bar to a 73-55 Sierra League win over visiting Ayala in a battle for first place. The Brahmas (8-11 overall, 3-0 league) dominated the entire game and held a 38-26 halftime advantage. They outscored the Bulldogs 23-18 in the third and had four players score in double digits. Khalif Ford had 14 points, six assists and four steals and Mark Jecmen added 14 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks in the win for the Brahmas. Dominic Robinson had 15 points for the Brahmas as well. AYALA (55) Donald 3, Stevens 12, Falls 1, Sanchez 6, Hatch 5, Jones 4, Gregory 17, Quinn 7. DIAMOND BAR (73) Ford 14, Morita 22, Robinson 15, Jecmen 14, Brunelle 4, Inocencio 2, Copeland 2. Ayala 15 11 18 11 -- 55 Diamond Bar 22 16 23 12 -- 73  Total fouls: A 12, DB 18. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Garcia (DB), Jecmen (DB).

Damien 77, West Covina 62--Aaron Garcia scored 26 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as Damien (13-7, 2-1) made 20 of 23 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off a West Covina comeback. Ralph David scored 24 points, Adam Buffum had 13, Kevin Clark added 12 and senior point guard Raul Potain had 10 assists for the Spartans.WEST COVINA (62) LaBomme 18, Jinne 19, Yeung 3, Brown 2, Goree 4, McIntosh 8, Rosales 3, Tiratira 3, Tayag 2. DAMIEN (77) Garcia 26, David 24, Clark 12, Buffum 13, Potain 2. West Covina 17 10 8 27 -- 62 Damien 16 17 15 29 -- 77 Total fouls: WC 24, D 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

South Coast League

Capistrano Valley 86, El Toro 81( 3 OT)-- The victory gave the Cougars (16-2, 3-0) an early leg up in a league that boasts four teams ranked in the top 10 by the Southern Section.   Jake Franzen scored 23 points for the Cougars, ranked 10th in the section's Division I-AAA. It was Franzen's three-pointer with about two minutes left in the third overtime that broke a 79-79 tie and put Capistrano Valley ahead for good.   Ashkan Nazeri scored 23 for El Toro (17-2, 2-1), ranked No. 1 in Division I-AA.   Capistrano Valley's defense was mainly responsible for the Cougars' 26-19 halftime lead, holding the Chargers to just two three-pointers.  The El Toro shooters woke up in the third quarter, hitting five baskets from beyond the arc. Nazeri made two, Matt Parrish made two and Jeff Young had one.  However, the Cougars kept the pressure on thanks to potent perimeter play by Franzen and strong play down low by Bryan Mallon, who scored 19 points. Capistrano Valley trailed by three points in the last two minutes of regulation, but Mallon scored a basket with 37 seconds remaining to give the Cougars a 62-60 lead. El Toro tied it, 62-62, on a basket by Young to send the game into overtime.       Neither team led by more than a basket in the first overtime, which ended with the score tied, 67-67. The Chargers scored the first four points in the second extra period on a three-pointer by Parish and a free throw by Young, but Capistrano Valley answered with back-to-back baskets by Peter De Casas for a 74-73 lead. El Toro regained the lead at 76-74, but Mallon scored with 20 seconds left to make it 76-76 and force a third overtime.

San Clemente 78, Dana Hills 67 (OT)--Tim Burnette scored eight of his 12 points in overtime to lead host San Clemente (12-4, 1-2). Curtis Bush scored 20 points for San Clemente. 

Trabuco Hills 70, Mission Viejo 66--Aaron Tudor scored a career-high 30 points, making eight of nine field-goal attempts and 11 of 11 free throws, to lead visiting Trabuco Hills (12-6, 2-1). Travis Niessen scored 27 points for Mission Viejo (12-7, 1-2).

Southwestern League

Chaparral 63, Elsinore 46 -- Paced by David Castillo's nine first-quarter points, Temecula Chaparral jumped to a 23-10 lead then breezed to a Southwestern League victory. Castillo, who had 14 points in the first half, finished with a game-high 23 points to lead the Pumas. ELSINORE (46) -- Keahey 12, Green 0, Lux 16, Allen 2, Wolter 8, Kondus 8. CHAPARRAL (63) -- Castillo 19, Buller 11, Craig 6, Chodola 4, Cooke 15, Newman 6, Murray 2. Halftime score -- Chaparral 37-24. Three-point goals -- Keahey, Lux 3, Castillo 3, Craig. Total fouls -- Elsinore 11, Chaparral 11. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Chaparral 2-0, 15-4. Elsinore 0-3, 10-7.

Temescal Canyon 78, Murrieta Valley 72--After losing an early lead, Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon bounced back and defeated Murietta Valley in overtime of a Southwestern League game. With four seconds left in regulation Joe Roberson took the ball inside and scored to send the game into overtime. Kris Maxey scored nine of his game-high 25 points in the second quarter for Temescal Canyon. TEMESCAL CANYON (78) -- Maxey 25, Zarbok 11, Cleary 14, Wang 9, Roberson 17, Ellenwood 2 MURRIETA VALLEY (72) -- Larsen 29, Ricks 3, Richardson 20, Rider 2, Linsley 4, Campbell 14 Halftime score -- Temescal Canyon 35-31. End of regulation -- 66-66. Three-point goals -- Maxey 3, Wang, Larson, Richardson 4. Total fouls -- Temescal Canyon 17, Murrieta Valley 13.   Records: Temescal Canyon 2-0, 15-5, Murietta Valley 1-1, 12-7.

Suburban League

Artesia 76, La Mirada 56--Junior center Ryan Meilleur scored 16 points and senior guard Tony Roberts had 14 as the Pioneers (14-3, 4-0) had no problems beating the visiting Matadores.

Cerritos 71, Glenn 54--The Dons (6-11, 2-1) raced out to a 23-4 first quarter and senior guard Jason Convento scored 19 points as Cerritos went on to beat the host Eagles (0-3 league).

Mayfair 73, Bellflower 54--The Monsoons (14-3, 4-0) used 28 points and 12 rebounds from Stanford-signee Josh Childress in a victory over the host Buccaneers (1-2 league). Senior guard Edwin Draughan, who's going to Yale, also had 16 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists for Mayfair.

Sunbelt League

Rancho Verde 68, Perris 59-- After trailing 21-4 in the first quarter, Moreno Valley Rancho Verde responded with a 24-10 run in the second quarter and went on to defeat Perris in a Sunbelt League game. Despite limited play due to foul trouble, Perris' Jason Zimmer managed to score 14 points and pulled down 14 rebounds. J.S. Nash scored 10 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter. PERRIS (59) -- Zimmer 14, Johnson 14, Miller 10, Gillian 7, Gordan 6, Ndukwe 4, Martin 2, Hunter 2. RANCHO VERDE (68) -- Nash 27, Winston 10, Walker 7, Brown 10, Baker 2, M.Singfield 2, A.Singfield 10. Halftime score -- Perris 35-32. Three-point goals -- Nash 2, Walker, Gillian, Johnson 2. Total fouls -- Perris 23, Rancho Verde 10. Fouled out -- Johnson. Technical fouls -- Zimmer.  Records: Perris 2-1, 9-6. Rancho Verde 1-0.

Hemet West Valley 78, Paloma Valley 37 -- Trailing 8-6 in the first quarter, Hemet West Valley reeled off a 15-3 run to end the quarter and take charge in this Sunbelt League game. PALOMA VALLEY (37) -- Occhino 7, Mejia 2, Schroeder 20, Winessi 2, Narcisse 6.  WEST VALLEY (78) -- Alvarez 5, Jackson 2, Nevarez 22, Hulstrom 7, Williams 7, Lebaron 2, Roquemore 16, Pierce 10, Stack 2, Davis 5. Halftime score -- West Valley 38-21. Three-point goals -- Hulstrom, Roquemore. Total fouls -- Paloma Valley 19, West Valley 16. Fouled out -- Malone. Technical fouls -- None. Records: West Valley 2-0, 8-11. Paloma 0-2 in league.

Sunset League

Los Alamitos 50, Fountain Valley 46 (OT)--Eddie Courtemarche and Mark Lotman each hit 3-pointers in overtime to help the Griffins (10-7, 3-0) beat the host Barons (12-8, 2-1). Courtemarche made a lay-up to tie the score for Los Alamitos with 18 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter (that's what happened according to the LA Times. . . if you read the Register, Mark Lotman hit a three poniter with 18 second remaining for the win). Los Alamitos outscored the Barons, 6-2, in the overtime period. Brian Rakusin added 14 points for Los Alamitos.

Marina 60, Edison 55--Chris DeLuca scored 19 points and Beau Brown added 18 to lead the Vikings (7-11, 2-1) to thw win.    Edison drops to 8-9, 1-2 with the loss. Tony Gonzales had 15 for Edison and Min 14.

Tri-Valley League

St. Bonaventure 67, Bishop Diego 55--Chris Saunders scored 25 points, had 14 rebounds, six assists and six blocked shots to lead visiting St. Bonaventure (11-5, 2-0) to victory. A.J. Cavaletto scored 16 points and Ryan Perez added 14 more to lead Bishop Diego (9-6, 1-1).

Fillmore 51, Oak Park 48--Luis Herrera scored 21 points, including two clutch free-throws with two seconds left to seal the victory, for Fillmore at home.  Armando Ferrer and Rudy Murillo both recorded double-doubles for Fillmore (5-11, 1-1). Ferrer finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds while Murillo had 11 points and 12 rebounds. Oak Park was led by Grant Smith with 18 points, Eric Murphy with 14 and Jason Adams 14 to move Oak Park to 1-1 in league.

Valle Vista League

Ganesha 70, Sierra Vista 50--Michael Efevberha scored 26 points and added 12 rebounds and four assists, Franklin Ike scored 14 points and Joseph Bonner added 13 rebounds to lead the visiting Giants (10-9, 4-2) to victory.GANESHA (70) Hoang 2, Evans 5, Reaves 4, Efevberha 26, Ike 14, Click 5, Tyus 4, Samudio 2, Bonner 8. SIERRA VISTA (50) Ortiz 2, Juarez 20, Villagomez 5, Castillo 1, Gallegos 6, Vasquez 8, Mejia 3, Pineda 5. Ganesha 21 12 24 13 -- 70 Sierra Vista 10 10 13 17 -- 50 Total fouls: G 11, SV 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Bonita 66, South Hills 43--Ramsey Jarrar scored 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Chris Dean had 16 points, nine rebounds and five assists to lead Bonita (13-5, 4-2). SOUTH HILLS (43) Thomas 4, Melicor 9, Baker 6, Henderson 2, Froid 4, Hernandez 10, Tyler 4, Brooks 4. BONITA (66) Clark 3, Jarrar 18, Kannan 3, Dean 16, Johnson 10, Carr 1, Assefa 4, Esteralla 5, Smith 1, Hagman 2, Wyrick 1, Miller 2. South Hills 5 14 13 11 -- 43 Bonita 16 17 15 18 -- 66 Total fouls: SH 23, B 17. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

San Dimas 66, Covina 59--Jason Greenlee led San Dimas (16-2, 6-0) with 18 points and five rebounds, keeping the Saints perfect in league play. Jamaal Avila scored 18 for Covina.SAN DIMAS (66) Greenlee 18, Small 15, Greenwade 7, Ferrera 10, Mesropian 16. COVINA (59) Gibbs 6, Ulrich 2, Pill 13, Avila 18, Covington 14, Myrick 6. San Dimas 23 18 10 15 --  66  Covina 16 9 18 16 -- 59 Total fouls: SD 12, C 17. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Northview 43, Baldwin Park 41--details not available.

Victory League

Desert Christian Bermuda Dunes 71, Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 27--  Desert Christian 71, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 27   DESERT CHRISTIAN (71) -- Brattrud 15, Johnson 13, Hay 13, Smith 12, Santana 11, Nelson 5, Mangus 2. CALVARY CHAPEL (27) -- Williford 13, Sainato 12, Cheak 2, Jaimez 0, Crain 0. Halftime score -- Desert Christian 38-14. Three-point goals -- Santana, Johnson. Total fouls -- Desert Christian 9, Calvary Chapel 14. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None.  Records: Desert Christian 4-0 in the Victory League, 11-3.

Southern Section Non-League Games--Wed.  Jan. 17, 2001

Channel Islands 70, San Marcos 51--Manny Berrelleza scored 31 points to lead Channel Islands (6-12) to the road victory. Alex Solis chipped in 15 points as Channel Islands recorded 32 points in the fourth quarter.

Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 75, Rolling Hills Prep 52-- Hillcrest improved to 9-3 overall with the win.  RHP was led by Daley with 16 and Elliott with 11.  Jason Haddad had 10, James Habashy 14, Amit Nat 5 and 6 assists, Amrit Nat 17and 6 rebounds, 4 blocks and 6 assists while Eric Hidgkins had 14 and 12 rebounds, 6 assists and 7 steals for HC.  Alex Martino added 12 point.

Hemet 75, Temecula Valley 68 --TEMECULA VALLEY (68) -- Segismar 3, Menancio 15, Green 11, Louis 13, Watson 7, Palmer 4, Badue 1, Bomar 7, Forrest 7. HEMET (75) -- Griffin 6, Martinez 17, Crane 4, Veiga 2, Masil 2, Graham 8, Boyd 20, Padgett 16.  Halftime score -- Hemet 32-31. Three-point goals -- Menancio, Green 2, Louis 1, Graham 1, Martinez, Boyd 3. Total fouls -- Temecula Valley 32, Hemet 25. Fouled out -- Forrest. Technical fouls -- Menancio, Boyd. Records: Hemet 6-12

St. John Bosco 78, Santa Ana 42--Junior guard Giovonni St. Amant scored 32 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and distributed 11 assists as the Braves (15-4, 1-1) defeated the host Saints

Whitewater 91,  Cornerstone 37 -- Jason Hubbard led six players in double-figure scoring with 18 points as Whitewater remained undefeated after beating Wildomar Cornerstone Christian in a non-league game. Daryl Lawrence and Ben Pardos added 14 each for Whitewater, which played without its leading scorer Andre Conners. Conners, who averages 23 points a game, was out with the flu. CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN (37) -- Sheele 3, Treheway 3, J.Paul 11, C.Paul 20, Armstrong 0. WHITEWATER (91) -- Hubbard 18, martinez 11, Murdock 11, Lawrence 14, T.Williams 6, Sanchez 1, Sophous 2, Pardos 14, R. Williams 10, Cooper 4, Halftime score -- Whitewater 43-14. Three-point goals -- Martinez, sheele, Treheway. Total fouls -- Cornerstone Christian 5, Whitewater 14. Records: Whitewater 11-0.

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